Mil spec military battery technology for lithium metal oxide use introduced by Tadiran

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., 20 May 2009. The Tadiran U.S. Battery Division in Port Washington, N.Y., is introducing the TLM mil spec, rugged, high-energy lithium metal oxide military battery for military and aerospace battery applications.

May 20th, 2009

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., 20 May 2009. The Tadiran U.S. Battery Division in Port Washington, N.Y., is introducing the TLM mil spec, rugged, high-energy lithium metal oxide military battery for military and aerospace battery applications.

TLM military grade battery meets the requirements of single use applications such as avionics, navigation and guidance systems, ordinance fuses, missile electronics, telemetry, electronic warfare systems, GPS tracking and emergency/safety devices, and shipboard communications. These batteries come in a variety cylindrical configurations and can easily be assembled into custom battery packs to meet virtually any requirement.

The TLM military grade cylindrical batteries have an open circuit voltage of four volts, with a discharge capacity of 500 milli-amp-hours (20 milliamps at 2.8 volts RT), capable of handling 5 amps continuous pulses and 15 amps maximum high current pulses.

These military batteries are built with a carbon-based anode, multi metal oxide cathode, organic electrolyte, and shut-down separator for enhanced safety. TLM military grade batteries also have low self-discharge and operate in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.

These military and aerospace batteries comply with MIL-STD 810G military specifications for vibration, shock, temperature shock, salt fog, altitude, acceleration (50,000 gn) and spinning (30,000 rpm) and conform to UN 1642 and IEC 60086 standards for crush, influence, nail penetration, heat, over-charge and short circuit, and can be shipped as non-hazardous goods.

For more information contact Tadiran online at www.tadiranbat.com.

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